- PERFORMANCE AND TRADE-OFF
- SPECIAL THANKS
- SEE ALSO
cpan-outdated-coro - faster
# usage is the same:=) # print the list of distribution that contains outdated modules % cpan-outdated-coro # print the list of outdated modules in packages % cpan-outdated-coro -p # verbose % cpan-outdated-coro --verbose # alternate mirrors % cpan-outdated-coro --mirror file:///home/user/minicpan/ # additional module path(same as cpanminus) % cpan-outdated-coro -l extlib/ % cpan-outdated-coro -L extlib/ # install with cpan % cpan-outdated-coro | xargs cpan -i # install with cpanm % cpan-outdated-coro | cpanm % cpan-outdated-coro -p | cpanm
( version 0.04 and later not use Coro, but never change the name of this distribution. )
This script works the same as
cpan-outdated(prints the list of outdated CPAN modules in your machine), but fast.
This script also can be integrated with cpanm command.
Using this script, only type with
cpan-outdated-coro instead of
Functions and options are completely the same as
cpan-outdated for more details.
This script is faster than
Use less memory - about 23%(39.01MB -> 30.06MB on MS-Win32. C/W: 'cpan -O' uses 213MB)
Use non-core modules - see
Tokuhiro Matsuno(author of
Copyright (C) 2014 KPEE
cpan-outdated Copyright (C) 2009 Tokuhiro Matsuno.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.